Monterrei is situated 220 miles (354 kilometers) northwest of the national capital Madrid.
See for yourself exactly why Galicia is so loved by by travelers, by taking a road trip to see the wonderful cultural and scenic attractions in the vicinity of Monterrei. San Cristobal, lays 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the southwest, and Vilarino de Conso sits 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the southwest.
When it's time to explore beyond Monterrei, why not check out the nearest regional center. Ponferrada is 60 miles (97 kilometers) away and is home to sights like Plaza del Ayuntamiento, Museo del Bierzo and Basilica de la Encina. Ponferrada has a lot to offer visitors keen to explore a little deeper. Las Medulas and Castillo de los Templarios are just a sample of the other interesting points of interest you won't want to miss.
Many people who explore Galicia usually take time to explore the gardens and open-air museums dotted throughout the region. If the weather isn't that great, plan to spend some of your time in Galicia's art museums, art galleries and history museums.
Tapping into local knowledge can be an extremely rewarding way for travelers to experience a new place. Join up to one of the informative cycling tours, winery tours and city walking tours. The area around Monterrei offer some fun outdoor options for visitors who enjoy watersports. Scuba diving and sea kayaking are both popular choices here.
At the finish of your stay, pack your traveling bag and bid Spain a fond Adiós (farewell).